Robert Alexander King, 19051962 (aged 57 years)

Robert Alexander /King/
Given names
Robert Alexander
Birth February 5, 1905 44 29
Randwick High School

Death of a paternal grandmotherMargaret, Marks
July 4, 1905 (aged 4 months)
Birth of a sisterMuriel King
March 27, 1908 (aged 3 years)
Death of a fatherAlfred King
September 16, 1910 (aged 5 years)
Death of a maternal grandfatherRobert Alexander Stevenson
June 10, 1916 (aged 11 years)
Death of a maternal grandmotherAdelaide Pettigrew
January 14, 1926 (aged 20 years)
Birth of a daughterCherie King
July 11, 1931 (aged 26 years)

Death of a motherHarriet Coumbe Parker
September 25, 1944 (aged 39 years)
Death April 15, 1962 (aged 57 years)
Cause of death: Heart attack
Family with parents
Birth: 1861 49 30Kiama, NSW
Death: September 16, 1910Cowra, NSW
Birth: December 15, 1875 35 38Cowra, NSW
Death: September 25, 1944Sydney, NSW
Marriage MarriageCowra, NSW, Australia
elder sister
Birth: November 18, 1900 39 24Cowra, NSW
Death: July 3, 1977Sydney, NSW
13 months
elder sister
Birth: December 27, 1901 40 26Cowra, NSW
Death: December 1982Melbourne, Victoria
17 months
elder sister
Birth: May 13, 1903 42 27Cowra NSW, Australia
Death: January 13, 1974Windsor, NSW
21 months
Birth: February 5, 1905 44 29Cowra NSW, Australia
Death: April 15, 1962Sydney, NSW
3 years
younger sister
Birth: March 27, 1908 47 32Cowra NSW, Australia
Death: July 30, 1972Sydney, NSW
Family with Mona May Bowen
Birth: February 5, 1905 44 29Cowra NSW, Australia
Death: April 15, 1962Sydney, NSW
Marcus (right), Muriel (left) and Mona (middle) King, late 1970's
Birth: July 10, 1905 48 40Rowntree Street, Balmain Municipality
Death: 1987Sydney

Robert King email to Paul King 30/07/09: "...I know he was born in Cowra NSW and his father was a stock and station agent When they came to Sydney I don't know I assume quite young But i do know that his father died when Dad was still at school , I believe Randwick High school in Sydney, and he had to leave school to support his many sisters and mother. His first jobs are unknown but fairly young he became a sales rep with W.D. and H.O. Wills and after marrying Mona Bowen they moved to Orange NSW where he covered the whole of Western NSW, a vast area . When the war started he tried to enlist but was refused as he suffered a skin disease psoriasis , as well the tobacco industry was regarded as a vital war industry !! So the family remained in Orange till about 1944 or 43? When we moved to Sydney where Dad joined the white goods manufacturer Email as an auditor where he remained till he died of a heart attack in 1962 ? I know that he was a gifted artist and had to give up ideas of this career to support his mother and sisters. That pretty much is a rough outline of what I can Remember."